Monthly Archives: November 2010

Heart and Intellect

 In my experience, if you really want to connect with someone, tell a story. Some of us lay out facts, figures or personalized logic to make a point. People don’t identify with that sort of “antiseptic” message. Regardless of the … Continue reading

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Be Careful How You Judge

What always occurs when we meet another person? We judge them. We form judgments as to the person’s background, intelligence, competence, interests…on and on. And while you are forming these judgments there is one thing I would bet on – … Continue reading

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My Buddy is Gone

My dear friends, I write to you in sorrow, as our lives are no longer enriched by the society of our beloved friend “Buddy.” An orange and white Brittany, we called him “pretty boy” because he was. He was beautiful … Continue reading

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There is no substitute for true life experiences

          In my book, Humanity at Work: Encouraging Spirit, Achievement & Truth to Flourish in the Workplace (Chapel Hill Press 2008), I draw a distinction between “book knowledge”, the definition of which we all understand, and what I term “authentic … Continue reading

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We Are All More Than We Seem

My dear friends, as I write and speak on the power of humanity in the workplace, I constantly remind people of the unique nature of each of us. Truly we are each one of a kind! Remember, the talents, interests … Continue reading

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